ONTAP9ADM – ONTAP 9 Cluster Administration

ONTAP9ADM - ONTAP 9 Cluster Administration Training
ONTAP9ADM – ONTAP 9 Cluster Administration

ONTAP9ADM – ONTAP 9 Cluster Administration

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Data Protection/Administration
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Kursbeschreibung

This course is the first 3 days of the new 5 day ONTAP 9 Cluster Administration and Data Protection (CDOTDP9) course and uses lecture and hands-on exercises to teach basic administration and configuration of a cluster. The hands-on labs allow you to practice working with ONTAP features and manage your storage and network resources using the cluster shell and OnCommand System Manager.

Kursziele

By the end of this course, you should be able to:

  • Describe how ONTAP 9 fits into NetApp’s Cloud and Data Fabric strategy
  • Identify supported ONTAP platforms
  • Define ONTAP cluster components
  • Create a cluster
  • Manage ONTAP administrators
  • Configure and manage storage resources
  • Configure and manage networking resources
  • Describe a Storage Virtual Machine’s (SVM’s) role in NetApp’s storage architecture
  • Create and configure an SVM
  • Create and manage FlexVols
  • Implement storage efficiency features
  • Create protocol servers within an SVM
  • Upgrade and revert ONTAP patches and releases
  • Describe the levels on which ONTAP protects data

Kursinhalt

Module 1: ONTAP Overview

  • Data Fabric
  • ONTAP software
  • Fabric layers
  • The cluster
  • Nodes
  • High-availability pairs
  • Networks
  • Ports and logical interfaces
  • ONTAP storage architecture
  • Physical storage
  • SVM
    • Components
    • Types
    • Benefits
    • Root volume
    • FlexVol volumes
  • Data LIFs
  • Simply Anywhere
  • ONTAP Select
  • ONTAP cloud

Module 2: Cluster Setup

  • Terminology review
  • FAS configurations
  • Supported cluster configurations
    • Single-node
    • Two-node
    • Multimode
    • MetroCluster
  • Cluster setup steps
  • Disk-shelf
  • Power on
  • Firmware
  • Boot menu
  • Connections
  • Node installing and initialization
  • Boot sequence
  • Creating a cluster
  • Cluster administrators
  • Clustershell
  • OnCommand system manager 9.0

Module 3: Management

  • Managing clusters
  • Administrators
  • Access
  • RBAC
  • Active directory authentication
  • Administrative security
  • Date and time
  • Licensing
  • Policy-based storage services
  • Policy-based management
  • Jobs and schedules

Module 4: Network management

  • Network types
  • Physical ports
  • Modifying network port attributes
  • Ifgroups
  • VLANS
  • IPspace review
  • Broadcast domains
  • Subnets
  • Network interfaces
  • Logical interfaces
  • Data LIFs
  • Nondisruptive LIF features
  • Failover groups vs. failover policies
  • Routing management
  • Host-name resolution

Module 5: Physical Storage

  • Storage architecture
  • Disks and aggregates
  • Spare disks
  • RAID groups
  • ONTAP RAID technologies
  • Virtual storage tier
  • Flash cache 2 feature
  • Flash pool aggregates
  • SSD tier
  • SSD partitioning
  • Root-Data advanced drive partitioning

Module 6: Logical Storage

  • Flexible volumes
  • Files and LUNs
  • Volumes in aggregates
  • Properties
  • SVM flexible volume
  • Snapshot copy technology
  • Copy design
  • Snapshot policy
  • Typical workflow
  • Recovering data
  • UNIX client
  • Moving volumes

Module 7: Storage Efficiency

  • Thick and Thin provisioning
  • Deduplication
  • Data compression
  • Inline data compaction
  • Storage consumption
  • FlexClone volume clones
  • Split a cloned volume

Module 8: NAS Protocols

  • Unified storage
  • Terminology
  • NAS file system
  • NFS implementation
  • Junctions
  • NAS namespace architecture
  • NFS
  • NFSv3 implementation steps
  • Exporting
  • Client specification
  • Export policies and rules
  • Mounts
  • Block protocol
  • SMB implementation steps
  • Creating shares
  • Share permissions
  • Windows file permissions
  • SMB authentication methods
  • MMC support
  • Network load balancing

Module 9: SAN Protocols

  • SAN
  • SCSI concepts
  • Scalable SAN support
  • iSCSI architecture
  • iSCSI nodes
  • implementation
  • ONTAP portal groups
  • Creating a LUN
  • Creating an igroup
  • Windows LUN implementation

Module 10: Cluster Maintenance

  • Upgrade advisor
  • Rolling upgrade
  • OnCommand system manager
  • Alerts
  • Autosupport tool
  • EMS
  • Event-Log filtering
  • OnCommand portfolio
  • System manager dashboard
  • OnCommand unified manager
  • Performance considerations
  • Analyzing I/O
  • ONTAP 9 OnCommand performance manager
  • QoS scaling
  • Disk type performance
  • Optimal operating point
  • Maximize performance
  • System logs

Module 11: Data Protection Features

  • Data currency
  • Data consistency
  • Challenges
  • HA solutions
  • Disaster recovery solutions
  • Compliance solutions
  • Cloud solutions
  • Managing and monitoring
  • Partner management software
  • Tools

Labs:

  • Verify connectivity to an ONTAP cluster
  • Verify that required license codes are installed
  • Explore the clustershell CLI
  • Navigate command directories
  • Adjust preferences by using the SET command
  • Practice tab completion
  • Use the command history
  • Navigate OnCommand system manager
  • Create a login banner and MOTD
  • Explore licensing
  • Configure cluster time and assign an NTP server
  • Create custom administrators and verify access levels
  • Authenticate a cluster administrator by using active directory
  • Create an interface group
  • Create a VLAN
  • Create a new IPspace, broadcast domain and subnet
  • Create a subnet for the default IPspace
  • Explore failover groups
  • Create data LIFs
  • Create an aggregate
  • Expand an aggregate
  • Verify the operability of a degraded RAID-TEC aggregate
  • Convert an aggregate to a flash pool
  • Create flexible volumes
  • Manage snapshot copies
  • Restore a file from a snapshot copy
  • Expand a volume and perform a volume move
  • Explore thin provisioning
  • Enable storage efficiency
  • Create and split a FlexClone volume
  • Migrate and rehome a NAS data LIF
  • Configure an SVM to host NFS and SMB protocols
  • Verify and create SMB shares
  • Access SMB shares from a windows client
  • Access the NFS export from a Linux client
  • Verify MPIO configuration
  • Check the iSCSI software initiator name
  • Use OnCommand system manager to configure an SVM for iSCSI
  • Configure the iSCSI software initiator on the windows host
  • Access the iSCSI-attached LUN from the windows host
  • Explore the event log
  • Collect statistics for the headroom feature
  • Create a workload on an SVM by using iometer
  • Configure storage QoS for an SVM
  • Explore headroom statistics for CPU

Zielgruppe

  • Network Engineers
  • Channel Partners

Voraussetzungen

Completion of the following web based training modules:

  • ONTAP Cluster Fundamentals (WBT)
  • ONTAP NAS Fundamentals (WBT)
  • ONTAP SAN Fundamentals (WBT)

Schulungsplan

  Feb 14 - Feb 16, 2018
Berlin
  May 22 - May 24, 2018
Berlin
  Aug 22 - Aug 24, 2018
Berlin
  Nov 20 - Nov 22, 2018
Berlin